ambulator


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ambulator

(ˈæmbjʊˌleɪtə)
n
a person who walksa device for measuring road distances; a perambulator
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Census Bureau [52]), weight <275 lb (125 kg), unilateral TFA, nonvascular amputation etiology, amputation at least 2 yr prior to the study, and classification by the study prosthetist as an unlimited community ambulator (i.
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The predictors of mortality were advanced age, male gender, high American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) classification, the presence of a major postoperative complication, a history of cancer, chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, a history of congestive heart failure, ambulating with an assistive device, or being a household ambulator prior to hip fracture.
Based on the classification system by Perry et al (1995), this change in gait speed would have shifted this group from the 'least-limited' to the 'independent' community ambulator category.
Independent Independent May be household or limited community ambulator with crutches and orthoses L3-L5 May be community Independent Independent ambulator with proper equipment and training.
The current data supports that, in the presence of a displaced acetabular fracture in an elderly pre-injury ambulator, ORIF is an excellent treatment option when using a single anterior or posterior approach; it provides adequate fixation for early weight bearing and restoration of the bone stock.
Agnes Healthcare, Baltimore, Maryland, a407-bedintegratedhealthcare delivery system: Once the resident is properly placed in the gait harness, he or she can be transferred into the ambulator for mobility-enhancing activities.
The GTX Corp miniaturized 2 way GPS tracking devices are embedded in the Aetrex Ambulator collection bringing a reliable solution for monitoring the location of the 5.
A 69-year-old male, community ambulator, with a seizure disorder, slipped and fell at home and immediately complained of hip pain.
15] Testing occurred with the experimental foot conditions within an appropriately sized Aetrex Ambulator shoe (Teaneck, New Jersey).